How to Help

Volunteers are helping improve Salt Point—making it more accessible and beautiful for all (including wildlife).

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· Planting/Donations of plants,
· Maintenance of plants / Pruning,
· Bench construction and donation,
· Trail construction and maintenance,
· Bird box cleaning,
· Trash pick-up,
· Beach weeding (cocklebur, burdock, etc.),
· Invasives control (Japanese Knotweed),
· Planning and fundraising.

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Friends of Salt Point
c/o Town of Lansing Recreation Department
29 Auburn Road
Lansing, NY 14882

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Salt Point News

Speaker: Cayuga Lake's Sturgeons 
Aquatic Biologist, Emily Zollweg-Horan, will present "Relicts from the Dinosaur Age: Cayuga Lake's Sturgeons" on Tuesday, Feb 6 at 7 p.m., Lansing Town Hall. Free and open to all.

Show your love of the Point!
Beautiful Salt Point ball caps and winter knit caps are available. Available from Lansing Town Recreation Department or People's Market in Lansing. Makes a great gift.

Volunteers are needed:  Help maintain and improve Salt Point. Email for more information.



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